This fascinating village is located just across the border from popular Dordogne, in the Lot department, and is an ideal attraction to visit when you stay at one of our family-friendly villas. Noted as a UNESCO site, Rocamadour is regarded as one of the Grand Sites of France. The village has been fascinating people since the Middle Ages, so much so that the pilgrims since the 12th-century have been crossing the entirety of Europe just to pray here. The site itself was built upon a shrine to a Madonna known for its healing qualities, which made the village a must-stop for those on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage path. Famous pilgrims include Henri II of England, Louis XI of France and Eleanor of Aquitaine. Today, thousands descend upon the village in the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional des Causses du Quercy, not only for its historical importance but to take in the breath-taking views across the canyon. You can wander along the long, narrow paved street that takes you on a journey through time and to some of the most notable monuments in France, or stop at the one of the many cafés along the way for respite. Quality Villas have a number of luxury villas located close to the village, so if you're looking for a Rocamadour holiday villa, take a look at what we can offer you today.